Mexico is considering direct agreements with farmers in the United States, Argentina, and Brazil to secure imports of non-GMO yellow corn, the country's deputy agriculture minister said, adding that the ban on genetically modified grain starting in 2024 will remain unchanged.
Deputy Agriculture Minister Victor Suarez told Reuters that Mexico is on track to halve its imports of U.S. yellow corn, used mainly for animal feed when the ban takes effect in 2024. The idea . . .